San Diego is a beautiful place to go with lots of sights to see and plenty of activities and attractions for wandering tourists to fill their days exploring. In fact, when you visit it always seems like there isn't enough time to enjoy everything the city has to offer. There are many things to enjoy great food, fantastic nightlife and great music. But there is something else San Diego is becoming famous for, and that would be "vine fruit." Believe it or not, I & # 39; talking about the vineyards!
Although many travelers usually think of the northern or central coast of California when thinking of wine, San Diego is home to more than 20 wineries located throughout the county. It would take a long time for the typical wine lover to spend and see them all. Among the wineries, there are more than a hundred different winning wines to choose from, and, to say the least, binders, they are all memorable. With so many different wines, most visitors find that taking a tour not only makes it easy to switch from vineyard to vineyard, but it also allows people to enjoy many premium wines along the way, without the responsibility of running.
Some of the San Diego Wine Tours even lead guests through the Temecula Valley (also known as the "prime summer spot") in a luxury limousine. It's a fun way to spend the day exploring the vineyards that have made San Diego a prime contender for hearts & wine lovers everywhere. The tour guides are very friendly and are well aware of the many wines available that San Diego has to offer. Most guides are also very knowledgeable about the location of each winery and what kind of wine they specialize in. Even so, travelers will enjoy talking directly to sommeliers at every venue to get the true "behind-the-scenes" story of each vintage.
In addition to the limousine, tourists can choose from a variety of unusual modes of transport such as a hummer or a festive bus. Charter buses are also available for those on a limited budget or who don't want to spend as much on their summer tour. Most tours will take about four hours, so there will still be plenty of time to dive into San Diego nightlife when you return from your day trip.